A professional teacher -Â the one who does not only master the subject, but also be competent in selecting certain model â is really needed to carry out the teaching and learning process.Â One of the alternative learning models that may activate students is Student-Centered Learning (SCL).Â This model provides students with the opportunity to actively participate independently in his learning, be responsible and initiate to his learning needs.
Learning is a process of knowledge development, skill, and attitude through intensive interaction with learning resources. Learning by playing to the the children provide a chance to manipulate, reiterate, explore, practice, take many concepts. Learning by fun is a process of learning in fun and meaningful situation that can attract studentsâ interest to be involve actively, so that learning purpose can be achieve maximally.
This research is motivated by a phenomenon of poor communication between parents and children. In the world of education, there was a lack of approaches and methods used by educators in providing subject matter so that what was delivered by the educator did not achieve the expected goals. The problem in this research is how the participatory methods, lectures and discussions contained in the As-Shaffat letter verse 102. The purpose is to describe the educational methods contained in the As-Shaffat letter verse 102 in the form of participatory methods, lecture methods and discussion methods. This research is a Library Research. The method of interpretation used in this study is the method of interpretation of maudhu 'or thematic methods which interpret verses of the Qur'an based on specific themes. The method used in the explanation of the verse is the method of tahlili or analysis that explains the verses of the Qur'an by examining its aspects and revealing its whole purpose. The results of study and analysis, as well as data processing from various sources, obtained the first result that the educational method contained in the As-Shaffat verse 102 is a participatory method used by educators, which involves all elements in the educational process especially students, with active participation from participants students will facilitate educators in delivering the material to be given. Both lecture methods, in conveying information, especially learning materials can be done with the lecture method. An educator prioritizes good attitudes so that the material can be accepted by students. The third method of discussion is to involve students in giving their opinions. With the discussion in learning, the lessons will become warmer and will train students to be more courageous in opinion.
Outbound Science provides active and enjoyable learning atmosphere that guarantees students not easily to get fed up and tired during the learning process. Such supporting atmosphere facilitates the students’ comprehension on the concept of science. Outbound science learning is carried out in order that the students can experience directly the concept they are learning about, develop their logical reasoning and teach them to acquire spiritual, emotional and intellectual optimally. After all, innovative learning is intended to activate students in order to improve educational quality by promoting student-centered learning in which instructional materials are made to be related to students’ daily life experience and meaningful as well.Kata kunci: outbound sains, meaningful learning (pembelajaran bermakna), inovatif.
A professional teacher - the one who does not only master the subject, but also be competent in selecting certain model – is really needed to carry out the teaching and learning process. One of the alternative learning models that may activate students is Student-Centered Learning (SCL). This model provides students with the opportunity to actively participate independently in his learning, be responsible and initiate to his learning needs.
Learning is a process of knowledge development, skill, and attitude through intensive interaction with learning resources. Learning by playing to the the children provide a chance to manipulate, reiterate, explore, practice, take many concepts. Learning by fun is a process of learning in fun and meaningful situation that can attract students’ interest to be involve actively, so that learning purpose can be achieve maximally.
The success of higher education institutions can be seen from several indicators. One of the indicators is the institutions that can produce outputs and outcomes with the competence in relation to the needs of society. The graduates’ academic achievement can be described through their grade point average (GPA). There were 79 graduates who got Cum Laude predicate at the Department of Islamic Studies, IAIN Imam Bonjol Padang in the 1st Period of graduation which was held on August to September and in the 2nd period on March, from the academic year of 2011 to 2015. The lowest GPA was 3.50 while the highest GPA was 3.93. The graduates who got Cum Laude have worked in several fields of jobs; such as Islamic Religion teachers, staffs in government offices, banks, and political parties both in West Sumatra and out of Sumatra. The study showed that there is no significant contribution of GPA with their career. It implied that GPA will not determine the graduate career either as a teacher on Islamic studies or as a teacher on social science and civics education. It also found that the graduates who work in out of field of studies were caused by the demand of the schools because of lack of teachers.
One of the miracles of the Quran is believed to influence the human’s mental health, particularly to those who can memorize it. The Huffazh (Quranic Tahfidz) has been discussed in many verses, but only recently that scientific investigation gauged this issue, resulted in tremendous efforts to implant it among Muslim communities. The current study seeks to uncover the contribution of Quranic Tahfidz to mental health. Eight hundred and twenty- eight students studying Islamic Studies in the Faculty of Islamic Education and Teacher Training were interviewed, observed, and given questionnaires to find out their level of tahfidz and mental health. The findings revealed among other things that 62.5 percents of the respondents were the huffadz for 1 to 5 juz. The huffazh in 6 to 10 juz constituted 7.5 percents, and there were only 10 huffazhs who memorized up to 10 juz.